A web piece by BBC looking into how attitudes to veteran’s mental health has changed since 1917. See it here.
The untold stories of deaf people in WWI
An entry on the BBC Ouch blog on the fates of deaf ex-soldiers. When the war broke out, sentries were deployed across the country and security was tightened. But many deaf people were unaware of the new rules … and paid…
Wilfred Owen poem Analyses
Wilfred Owen Dulce et Decorum est Poem with Analysis Disabled Poem Disabled Analysis by Emmeline Burdett
‘Does It Matter’ 5 films by disabled artists on WWI
In this series of short films, five contemporary disabled artists (Katherine Araniello, Jez Colborne in collaboration with Mind the Gap, Claire Cunningham, Tony Heaton and Simon Mckeown) present warm, witty and poignant perspectives on war and disability.
Online Exhibition: WWI Indian Wounded in Brighton Pavilion
During World War I a former Royal Palace in England was converted into a hospital for soldiers of the British Indian Army. This is the story of wounded turbaned warriors from the battlefields of France sent to the hospitals of…